Another Google I/O keynote has come and gone. Two and a half hours of Android goodness — and that barely scratched the surface of what’s going on at Google’s annual developer conference. We’ve got the new Android M Developer Preview. We’ve got the new Google Photos. We’ve got more Google Cardboard. More from ATAP. More … well, you’re just going to have to listen to catch up. Join Phil, Jerry and Justin and they break it all down, and what it means for the weeks and months to come.
Audio only this week, folks, as we’re live from San Francisco. Enjoy!
Google I/O 2015 recap!
- The 10 most important things from Google I/O 2015
- Watch the Keynote address all over again!
- Android Pay isn’t killing off Google Wallet
- Project Tango now half-off
- A big update for Google Cardboard
- More than 50 billion app installs, 1 billion active users
- Google makes it easier to find family-friendly apps
- Android Studio 1.3 adds support for C++
- Full offline Google Maps will be a boon for emerging markets
- Google tailors search experience for regions with slower data
- Google Now on Tap gets smart
- Neural networks make search smarter
- All about Project Brillo
- Android Pay officially coming
Android M Developer Preview
- M Developer preview now, full release in Q3, updates to come
- Nexus 5 on up get Android M Preview
- Download the Android M Developer Preview
- App permissions get a huge shake-up in M
- Android M has a new launcher
- What’s new in the M Preview in pictures
- More aggressive power management in M
- Fingerprint scanning goes native in M, lets you log into apps
- Apps play better together in M
- New Google Photos available on Android, iOS and the web
- Google Play Services 7.5 gives Android app developers access to Smart Lock for Passwords
NVIDIA Shield and Android TV